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Have sebaceous cyst on penis shaft, pus discharge, dark blood. What is it?

I'm 21 years old, and I believe I have a sabaceous cyst on the shaft of my penis. I do shave around that area every 5 weeks or so, however this has just occurred. Admittedly, I've poked about, but today I've popped it, puss came out from around 3 separate areas and now the small holes have turned a dark blood-like colour. What should I do and how should I treat it?
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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Hi, It seems that you are having secondarily infected cyst or some growth. First of all you should take antibiotics with anti inflammatory drugs. Apply antibiotic cream. Wash the area with dettol water. After clearance of infection, the growth or cyst whatever it is,should be excised. And before the procedure, complete blood test should be done. Even HP exam. of the growth may be done to confirm the diagnosis... Ok
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